Materials and connectors
Morris Sheet Metal CORP excels in fabricating HVAC systems, air ventilation systems, combustion gas exhausts, and other crucial parts that contribute to the indoor air quality and thermal comfort. Their affiliate company, JTD spiral, handles everything related to spiral duct production. With the purchase of the Vicon Spiral Pipe Plasma Cutter, JTD has expanded its production to meet the growing needs of the market. Contractors across the country buy their products instead of fabricating spiral ducts themselves. This saves them money and time and allows them to offer more competitive estimates.
Their plasma cutter machine allows them to produce both Slip Fit or Flanged connectors out of spiral duct, something that was previously done manually from flat sheets. This not only speeds up the process but also ensures greater accuracy and precision. JTD spiral incorporates some of the most technically advanced materials in their duct system design. The two most common metals are galvanized steel and aluminum.
Galvanized steel is the most common material used in fabricating both single-wall and double-wall spiral ducts. The zinc coating of this metal aids in preventing rust and ensures longevity. Aluminum is also a popular choice due to its lightweight yet strong structure. Aluminum is most commonly used when there is a requirement for custom and unusual shapes since it can easily be tailored to the given application.
JTD spiral also uses PVC Coated, Stainless Steel, and Paint Grip metal for some of their design, although not as frequent as galvanized steel and aluminum. If you’re looking to save money and earn more as a contractor, call us today and find out why JTD spiral is considered as the number one spiral tube forming company in the country.